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: choosing nevada to unveil his plan where latinos make up close to 30% of the population, proposal includes a path to citizenship. >> if congress is unable to move forward in a timely fashion, i will send up a bill based on my proposal and insist that they vote on it right away. >> reporter: undocumented immigrants would have to register with the federal government and pay bonds and back taxes, undergo background checks but not before increased border security can be proven. illegal immigrants would receive green cards only after every lawful applicant has gone lou the process we shouldn't be rewarding those who violate the law. >> reporter: the president's re-election with 70% of the latino vote has resulted in a shift towards compromise. but some who watch the speech feel the president did not have enough specifics. >> he didn't specify how long he would take. what we want is we want a clear, human path towards legalization that's less than five years, five years at most. >> reporter: many americans remain deeply divided on the plan while some republicans on capitol hill warn about a part
, and lovely. >> coming up next, endangered sierra nevada red fox. hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios ...and now... you! [ giggles ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> a environmental group plans to sue the goflt for protection of the sierra nevada red fox. there are only two known populations of the rare fox in california. a group of 20 near z.a family of eight near son nora pass. this red fox lives in remote high mountains and tlus used to thrive throughout california and oregon. the center for biological diversity accused u.s. fish and wildlife services of failing to develop a recovery plan. they believe global warming will shrink habitat more. >> mavericks surf contest is back, kicking off on sunday at 8:00 a.m. this this week a storm sent swells barreling towards the pacific coast. organizers say it should make for a great day of surfing. >> waves from 30 feet, plus. not going to be like, giant, it's going to be solid. and give athletes a chance to show
for them is the crocodile is used to being the hunter, not the hunted. >>> a nevada woman just looking for true love on match.com, but what she found nearly cost her her life. mary beckman is suing the dating website after she broke it off with one of her matches and he tried to kill her. she says a man she dated less than two weeks broke into her home and attacked her with a butcher knife. >> he broke into my garage and when the police arrested him, he said i was not there to hurt her. i there was to kill her and so his intent was to kill me that night. >> the nevada woman says she's not the only victim. she says her attacker killed an arizona woman he also met through match.com. >>> gatorade removed the controversial ingredient from the sports drink and get ready to pay more for postage. shawn yancy has your fox 5 top five. >> up first tonight no. 5, you complained and pepsi listened now removing the ingredient bromenateed vegetable oil from its gatorade sports drink. a petition by a mississippi teen-ager noted that has been patented as a flame retardant. the ingredient will still be
, south dakota had the highest vaccination rate, 51% of the state, while nevada had the lowest vaccination rate last year at just 32%. in montgomery county, maryland, just outside of d.c., fire department ambulances are often rerouted to different e.r.s since so many hospitals are already full with flu patients, especially the elderly. >> our paramedics, firefighters, emts have seen a tripling of flu-like cases this month, as well as over 200 more transports this month. >> reporter: just 15 days. >> as compared to last year. >> reporter: doctors continue to urge everyone to get vaccinated, even this far into the season. >> it's not too late to get a flu shot, but it does take about two weeks for the immunity to kick in. >> reporter: back at leah's home -- >> i have to say this feels worse than any other sickness i've had in years. >> reporter: a lot of people are asking, if i get the vaccine, how long am i protected? well, the experts are saying that at least through this season and maybe a little bit longer than that, brian? >> we learned last night it lessens the severity of it. if you d
plan for immigration yesterday in nevada claiming he was ready to offer his own bill if congress fails to act on the matter. tell your friends that according to the financial times 86% of the 11 million undocumented workers in the u.s. have been living here for seven years or longer. that amounts to about 9.5 million people. >>> let's gather around the water cooler. >> thanks for having me. coming in from a long weekend. >> i like your long weekend stories. >> lots of good times. i had a great weekend. i can't say the same for this guy. jason archer, 36 years old from tennessee. he was arrested friday night at a walmart after he shoplifted over $1,000 worth of merchandise. he alleged put the goods in the shopping basket and attempted to wheel it out the front door. that's where security nabbed him. he resisted and received blows to the head. they closely resemble the walmart smiley face rollback logos. >> he's the new face of walmart. >> he has no creativity e. >> i want to be the security guard. >> he could dress up like an elvis impersonator. put a little effort into it. he got what
the case of senator harry reid. majority leader democrat from nevada. he has several family members registered lobbists. son lobbied on several groups and secured $50 million in earmarks. he also has another son who is involved in a a billion dollars venture involving a chinese effort to develop an energy project in the deserts of nevada. in that particular case, the majority leader took a personal interest in and helped to push it through. just remember when you see the professional wrestling in washington, d.c., it's not so much red and blue, it's really green, the color that really matters. >> sean: we continue with steve sweitzer. didn't obama say he was going to ban lobbists from his administration. eliminate earmarks? >> most transparent in history. >> sean: 27 senators. 51 house members that like bill young, i mean bill young has, what is it a sister-in-law? >> daughter-in-law, yes. that's exactly right. >> sean: he is the father-in-law and he sits on this powerful committee and she lobbies him? >> yeah. here is the parallel of the universe that's washington, d.c., sean. you
't he keep his promise of immigration reform? >> jennifer: that tv ad aired in nevada. fortunately, the president got the last laugh by carrying nevada and then returning to las vegas today. and then today's speech wasn't really about votes. maybe it was a bit but really it was deeper than that. president obama is actually trying to find a solution. and in doing so he inspires, a we just said, those of us whose families came to this exceptional family to make a life. it's my story. unless you're a native american, it's your story too. now the question is whether the congress will be able to overcome the tired and old arguments and make it their story, a bipartisan tale as well. with us to break down the road ahead for immigration reform is "newsweek" daily beast correspondent michael tomasky who joins us from washington, d.c. welcomed in "the war room." >> good evening nice to be with you. >> jennifer: great to have you in the chair. there are some potential roadblocks for both sides of the aisle, are there not? for example tying citizenship to board security, the future primary ch
think that's wrong. but if you look at, for example, the state that the president was in today, nevada, there is a republican hispanic governor in the state, very popular, brian sandoval. you look at new mexico republican hispanic governor susana martinez. part of the problem republicans have communicating to hispanics is the total utter toxicity of the republican brand, the washington, d.c. brand. but once you're able to break out of that d.c. brand, republicans are able to put an imprint that is appropriate for nevada or new mexico on the party. and you're finding success there. now, i don't think that the numbers that you talked about on those issues are permanent. republicans when we just finish the presidential election where we were doomed by comments like the 47%, we need to have a message that reaches out to every american, is about empowerment, is about climbing the socio-economic ladder, about revitalizing the american middle class that has been in decline. we have to talk about those things. we have to have plans that are grounded in reality to deal with the problems that am
cubs in 2009, but passed on that offer to continue his football career in nevada and says he is now doing what he loves. >> there is just a passion about football that no other sport can give you. i mean in football, if one player messes up on offense, the whole play is done. >> that was mark fayier reporting. for more on the post-season coverage and to upload your own photo, duoto our website -- go to our website right now. >>> it's a big time in washington, d.c. preparations are in high gear for monday's inauguration of president obama for his second term. at the same time people are marking dr. martin luther king's birthday with a day of service. cbs reporter randall pinkston is live in washington now with more on everything going on, a busy day there, randall. >> reporter: quite a bit going on here today, indeed. there are preparations we can see, of course, all the rises that have been set up on the grounds of the capitol and along the parade route. the fences that have been put in place to make sure that everything could be secure. and of
deal was announced by lawmakers, president obama is heading to nevada to announce his plan. melanie a.-- alnwick has that story. >> the president's trip to vegas is to unveil his plan for immigration reform. eight senators, four republicans, four democrats, released framework monday which they call a tough but fair route to citizenship for more than 11 million people living here illegally. it allows more temporary workers to stay, increases border security and cracks down on employers who hire illegals. green cards could be awarded to immigrants who obtain certain advanced degree from american university. people here illegally would have to pass background checks and pay fines and taxes and then apply behind those who are already in line for a green card. these aren't new ideas. a bipartisan effort led by senators mccain and kennedy in 2007 failed but the stakes are different this year. >> for the first time ever, there is more political risk in opposing immigration reform than in supporting it. we believe we have a window of opportunity to act but we will only succeed in the effort i
think we can get this done. >> reporter: the president ised heading to nevada tomorrow to lay out his vision for immigration reform. why republicans are getting on board with the plans, when i see you next. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. >>> 7:15. later this morning, at the white house, president obama and vice president joe biden will discuss gun control with police chiefs and sheriffs. it's part of the push by the obama administration for new policies to curb gun violence. president obama and secretary of state hillary clinton appeared together in an interview to talk about their unusual partnership. it was president obama's idea for the joint interview on "60 minutes." the president said he wanted the opportunity to publicly thank clinton for her service as secretary of state as she prepares to step down. >> i want the country to appreciate just what an extraordinary role she's played during the course of my administration, and a lot of successes we've had internationally have been because of her hard work. >> many people were surprised when p
a few light snowshowers up towards the sierra nevada. most of those look like they are long gone. one line of thunderstorms very severe through oklahoma city. tornado warnings out here on the back side of that, freezing rain and snow. that's the forecast for oklahoma city. all in one lane. severe weather, then turning snow by tonight. if you are heading to new orleans, that system move -- moving over oklahoma is on its way there. if you have a flight, maybe a red eye, it could get bumpy there, especially if you are coming in around 2:00, 3:00 in the morning. by about 9:00, 10:00 in the morning, most of that will be gone. there will be a severe line going in there tomorrow. 30s, 40s, near 50 degrees. 49 half moon bay. the cloud cover though is really saving us from being much, much colder. a lot of high clouds. chilly start. upper 50s, low 60s on the temps. everyone again, not much of a difference. only about a 6-degree spread between the coolest high temperatures. gilroy, 62, the warmest, everyone else is close. upper 50s or low 60s. tomorrow we should clear out the cloud cover. sunny
given them a majority in the senate. delaware's christine o'donnell, colorado's ken buck, nevada's sharron angle, missouri's todd akin, and indiana's richard mourdock, and then you add in the fact that the rightward leaning gop electorate has also attracted some fringy candidates to the presidential race who led according to the polls at different points. let's take a quick walk down memory lane and revisit these names and faces. donald trump led at one point, michele bachmann led at one point, rick perry, herman cain, newt gingrich, rick santorum. what do they have in common? they were leading in the polls. what's your prescription for this primary problem? >> well, my next endeavor, the nonpaying one, is going to be to head up the republican main street partnership to give comfort and cover to both center right republicans and center left, i guess, democrats to stand up from the fringe groups on the right and left who have the courage to do the right thing. you know, if governor rendell and i were in charge, we would have fixed this thing. >> thank you both. >>> coming up, the
senate majority leader harry reid during an interview with me in his home state of nevada in october 2010. this has to change, there should not be a 60-vote threshold in the senate. and then this was the headline tads in the "washington post." harry reid -- "i'm not personally at this stage ready to get rid of the 60-vote threshold." yeah. also this. >> if there were ever a time when tom udall and jeff merkley were prophetic, it's tonight. these two young fine senators said it was time we change the rules in the senate and we didn't. they were right. the rest of us were wrong. or most of us anyway. what a shame. >> that was harry reid on the senate floor in may saying progressive senators tom udall and jeff merkley who were working to reform the filibuster they were right, he should have listened to their call to reform the senate rules, they wright and he was wrong not to listen to them. they were right and this was today. "progressive senators working dramatically to alter senate rules were defeated thursday when senate majority leader harry reid and his counterpart republican leader mi
. senator from nevada, for years witnessed firsthand the difficulties are broken that presents from immigrants and the families. it's important to me personally we finally resolve the issue. i will do everything in my power as the majority leader to get a bill across the finish line. >> we have an obligation and the need to address the reality of the situation we face. adress in a way fair to the people that are doing it right way. and in essence, the hundreds of people that come to our offices every year whose relatives from all around latin america and the world are waiting in line to legally come here. we have to be fair to them. >> bret: the day before they lay out the plan. four democrats and four republicans, laying out the framework for comprehensive immigration reform. they are essentially saying you to have verify the board. remove the visa overstays ander-verify to prevent undocumented workers and make sure that they receive no federal assistance like obamacare and healthcare. path to citizenship, once you get over those hurdles here are what people have to have. register
is in nevada, doinlt know that i d wants to bring a bill to the floor. he has outside groups and he'll use that to try to get something done. you think about washington, you have to think about the congress you have not the congress you want. >> okay. >> the congress you have is one that is resisting. >> that sounds like we'll get nothing done in four years. >> i think the next two years is going to be difficult to get anything done. they have to do a budget at some point. >> let's talk about that. >> joe is always harping on the fact it's 1,363 days since the democrats passed a budget. yesterday chuck schumer hinted that may change. let's listen. >> in our budget that we will pass, we lift tax reform, which went many of my republican colleagues' way, but it's going to include revenues. it's a great opportunity to get us some more revenues to help in part deal with sequestration. >> so where does this fit in? >> i think where republicans have a legitimate critique of democrats is that democrats have not presented a budget in four years. if you look back at history is an irresponsible way o
with a major speech tomorrow in las vegas, nevada. recent polling shows a majority of people are in favor of a plan allowing undocumented immigrants to become legal u.s. residents. >>> another big policy issue on the white house agenda this morning, gun control. the president and vice president biden are meeting with police chiefs from all over the country including aurora, colorado and newtown, connecticut. senator diane feinstein who introduced legislation that includes a ban on assault weapons acknowledged it will be a challenge getting it through congress. >> this has always been an uphill fight. this has never been easy. this is the hardest of the hard. now will it only be assault weapons? no, most likely. there will be a package put together. if assault weapons is leftage a of the judiciary, number two, i've been assured i'll be able to do it as an amendment on the floor which is the way i did it in 1993 so that doesn't particularly bother me. >>> in an interview with the new republic president obama said he has a profound respect for hunting traditions adding both sides need to und
obama's inaugural address. speaking in reno, nevada, way waywayn wayne lapierre lashed out at one word from president obama. >> we cannot mistake absolutism, or treat name calling as reasoned debate. >> obama wants to turn the idea of absolutism into a dirty word, just another word for extremism. he wants you, all of you, and americans throughout all of this country, to accept the idea of principles as he sees fit. it's a way of redefining words so that commonsense is turned upside down and that nobody knows the difference. >> lapierre vowed not to give ground on gun control including efforts to increase background checks. a new poll found 92% of americans favor background checks for all gun buyers. >> he wants to put every private, personal firearms transaction under the thumb of the federal government. and he wants to keep all of those names in a massive federal registry. there's only two reasons for a federal list on gun owners. to either tax them or take them. that's the only reason. and anyone who says that's excessive, president obama says you're an absolutist. >> it's back to bu
heads to nevada later today, where he'll renew his push for immigration reform. among the provisions, granting legal status to millions of illegal immigrants. >>> the boy scouts of america is now considering lifting its long-time ban on openly-gay scouts and leaders. the formal decision could come as early as next week. while many welcome the change, conservative groups are outraged. >>> another protester has been killed in clashes with police, as violence worsens in egypt. the army chief is warning that the country will collapse if the political unrest continues. >>> a quick look at weather now. rain and mountain snow in the upper midwest. mild and foggy in the northeast. >>> and finally from us this morning, as a guy who lived in new orleans for ten years, i can tell you that everything you're about to hear and see is very true. >> yes. it's super bowl week in the big easy. and let's just say the party is getting going. reporter wayne freedman is there. >> reporter: new orleans, one of those rare cities when they say there has to be a morning-after, it's every morning. and often, t
indiana and ohio, as far as nevada. a lot of people coming from all around the country here to use the metro. you heard adam tuss say earlier, make sure you have enough money on your smart cards. as of right now here at the new carrollton station, all is well. two trains are running every 10 to 15 minutes. they don't expect that to change unless they get overwhelmed with passenge passengers. >> tony tull, thanks so much. live in new carrollton. it is 4:27 on this inauguration morning. there's much more to come on this special edition of news 4 live on capitol hill. trains ready to take people to and from the events. but there are some changes. we'll look at what stations you should avoid. >> we'll hear from a catering company responsible for a lot of the food that will be served today. including 4,000 crab cakes. how they get ready for such a big event.
still have teenagers with ak-47s on the streets because they come in from nevada and by mail. so, we really have to have a national law that requires at least i.d.s checked and criminal backgrounds checked. >> and in oakland the mayor has been lobbying for the hiring of former police chief bill bratten as a consultant. that sparked protest at public meetings. this morning we have brand new city councilman noel guy yo here. >> we asked why so far the city council only approved the contract without bill bratten's name on it? >> as leaders we have to stop being swayed or moved by the political interest at hand at moment. that is an indication of that. for me chief bratten is as experienced chief and police officer. he is a no nonsense guy. he get to the point and we have to let him develop what he would recommend as the best strategic plan for oakland to could to deal with safety. >> that is probably the lightening rod of the controversy. his plan includes the stop and frisk policy. some police departments are doing that and a lot of people are saying it is subject to racism. you suppo
from nevada, steve and gina. [applause] your own mayor, carolyn goodman. [applause] we also have some mayors who flew in because they know how important issue we are to talk about today is. maria from arizona. qassim from atlanta, georgia. rick from phoenix, arizona. and ashley from fresno, calif. [applause] than all of you are here, as well as some of the top labor leaders in the country. we are so grateful. outstanding business leaders are here as well. of course, we have wonderful students here. [applause] those of you have a seat, feel free to take a seat. i do not mind. . love you back [applause] last week, i had the honor of being sworn in for a second term as president of the united states. [applause] and during my inaugural address, i talked about how making progress on the finding challenges of our time does not require us to settle every debate or ignore every different we may have, but it does require us to find common ground and move forward in common purpose. it requires us to act. i know that some issues will be harder to lift than others. some debates will be more conte
with ak-47s on the streets of oakland because they can come in from nevada and by mail. so we really have to have a national law that requires at least id checks and criminal background checks. >> and now in oakland, the mayor has been lobbying for the hiring of the former la and new york police chief. and that has provoked protest at public meetings. more on hiring that police consultant and state of public safety. the councilman joining us live. thank you for being here. >> and also the chairman of the public safety committee. that puts you at ground zero. last week, a vote on the contract and it was a rather entering move. a split council after a five- hour meeting with the number of protesters, voted the contract out, but left his name off it. why? >> well, that's a good question. i think as leaders, we have to stop being swayed or moved by the political at-hand at the moment. and i think that was an indication of that. for me, the chief, as an experienced chief, police officer, no nonsense guy, gets to the point. and we got to let him develop
travelled to las vegas, nevada, declaring it's long past time for america to fi and that it's a fact 11 million undocumented illegals are here and breaking united states laws. he said the united states needs to deal realistically with a population and a workforce and he citizen operating inhe shadows of society for far too log. the president's plan would set up a way for illegal immigrants to obtain citizenship and also cracks down, he said, on businesses that hire illegals and tightens u.s. border security. >> we have to deal with the 11 million individuals who are here illegally. we all agree that these men and women should have to earn their way to citizenship. but for comprehensive immigration reform to work, it must be clear from the outset that there is a pathway to citizenship. >> reporter: the separate white house and senate proposals focus on roughly the same principles. they provide a way for the estimated 11 million people already in the country illegally to become citizens one day. centerren the border security and cracks down on the employers who hire illegal immigrants and
the white house welcomed the deal. president obama will travel to nevada tuesday to lay out his vision which overlaps with the senate version. >> the president believes that it's very important that we move forward on comprehensive immigration reform. it's the right thing to do for the country. >> reporter: passage is widely expected in the senate, but the roadblock could come in the house. the rep conservatives have voiced concern -- republican conservatives have voiced concerns about creating paths to citizenships before holes in u.s. border security are closed. in an effort to gather more republican support for these proposals the path to citizenship has some stopgaps built into it. the senators say they will not allow those portions of the reforms to move forward until goals on border security are met. in the newsroom tom fitzgerald, fox 5 news. >> fox 5 political analyst mark plotkin joins us now to help break this down even more. we know this is a bipartisan group of lawmakers besides marco rubio, who are the other key players? >> yes. john mccain who is the standard bearer of the rep
.  >>> we are back with a possible medical breakthrough. a nevada company has developed a new screening tool that they say is noninvasive and very accurate. the company first warning systems has create a bra that can detect temperature changes in a woman's breast which could signal signs of breast cancer. women wear the bra once a year for 12 hours while several sensors collect the data to send to the woman's doctor. >> that data is acquired over that 12-hour period sent to us by their physician. we interpret it and send it back to the physician in under 30 seconds. the physician and patient can consult on what the next step should be. >> i feel this is a very empowering tool for women and they owe it to themselves and their kids to be on top it was. >> the company reminds us that the yearly mammogram is the most effective tool in directing breast cancer. more than 250,000 women in the u.s. diagnosed with breast cancer are younger than 40 years old. >>> meanwhile, israel, it is trying to end the trend of ultrathin models. a new law requires models to produce a medical report no older than th
. that the to say, that the various members of congress in the states that, the west virginia, virginia, nevada wherever you go, i think that the poll may reflect that the majority of americans do not in fact want to step in the way of some gun control problems. but, i any when you get out there in the red states, as you point out, it's a different matter, and i think when it gets to congress, that will stymie many of the reforms that are predicted. >> no less than former president bill clinton addressed this last weekend in a gathering of obama donors saying that folks in red states have a different attitude toward this. he thinks that democrats that have that constituent base will be in trouble. and president clinton pointed out that the intensity gun rights owners and second amendment advocates is higher than among gun control advocates. >> the other point though is that we can acknowledge the people have different relationships with guns while they are still pushing for gun safety legislation. there's a movement that is around gun safety, specifically a as a result of the reaction to newtow
the missile used in that attack is actually thousands of miles away in virginia, say, or nevada rather than him or herself actually being at the battlefield. but the idea that the ethically relevant thing about a drone is how far away you the trigger puller are from the explosion or the damage that you cause with your weapon, that is a quantitative matter. that is not a qualitative matter. we have always been able to project force far away from the person who is exerting it. the ethical sensitivity here is really not about the particular type of weapon of war we are using. it is that we are killing people using that weapon of war in place that's aren't war zones. and that is the unnerving consequence of the whole yfd a war on terror or a war against a non-state actor that could be anywhere in the world and that therefore designates that war as taking place everywhere. the most frequent outside a war zone place where our government carries out these kinds of attacks is of course in pakistan. in 2010 we saw what the obama administration was going to be like on this score. there was a u.s. dro
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